The purpose of the Boston University School of Theology is to pursue knowledge of God, to cultivate leaders for communities of faith, to enrich the academy, and to seek peace with justice in a diverse and interconnected world.
As the founding school of Boston University and the oldest United Methodist seminary in North America, we are a professional school within a cosmopolitan research university that is itself committed to “learning, virtue, and piety.” Rooted in the Wesleyan traditions and drawing from the wider Christian traditions of the world, we strive to equip women and men for ministries and vocations that foster personal and social transformation, that are oriented to the world’s diversities, and that expand the prophetic legacy of this historic School of Theology.
ATS Member Status: Accredited
745 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
Mary Elizabeth Moore, Dean Ph: 617-353-3052
Bryan P. Stone, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Ph: 617-353-2456
Denomination: United Methodist Church
Fall 2010 Data:
Enrollment: 289 (265.3 FTE)
Faculty Full-Time: 24
Faculty Part-Time: 18
Approved Degrees: PhD (Practical Theology), MDiv, MSM, MTS, DMin, STM, ThD
Comprehensive distance education program: no
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